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    EVERYONE wants a supportive partner during labour. After all, delivering a baby into the world is both exciting and extremely scary, so it's important to have somewhere there to help throughout the process. 3Student midwife Gemma Brusnahan, who is from the UK, has revealed the things dads do in the delivery room that annoy herCredit: TikTok / @gemmabrusnahan 3Among some of the worst remarks she's encountered includes men who ask, "how much longer is this going to take?"Credit: TikTok / @gemmabrusnahan But one student midwife has revealed that not all partners do and say the right things while they're in the delivery room. Gemma Brusnahan, who is from the UK, took to TikTok and shared a short video where she reveals the annoying things dads do while their wives or girlfriends are in labour. She begins by highlighting her frustration when a soon-to-be dad thinks it's acceptable to ask: "How much longer is this going to take?" The midwife then goes on to say that she also finds it annoying when men "sit on their phone while mum...
    MEN and women often say “I’ve got to go” straight after sex, a survey found. Blokes are also warned “Don’t fall asleep” while the classic line “Did the earth move for you?” is no more. 2A shocking new survey reveals what couple really say after romps 2Men often say 'I've got to go' after having sex while women remind them 'Don't fall asleep' Asked what they say straight after a romp, a simple “Wow!” was tops for men with “You’re amazing” the most common phrase for woman. Next for fellas was a respectful “When can we do that again”?” That was followed by a less romantic “I’ve got to go” — which also appeared at seventh place on the women’s list. For the ladies, the warning about falling asleep came second, then “Give me a cuddle”. “Where’s my phone” appeared in the top ten for both sexes, according to the poll of 2,000 adults by dating website IllicitEncounters.com. Jessica Leoni, sex and relationship expert with IllicitEncounters.com, said: “What we say straight after sex says so much about the state...
    "THE BABY ones are the worst,” says Becky Parker quietly, describing the times she has seen a newborn on her bedroom floor, covered in blood. Falling to her knees, she tries desperately to save the child, screaming for help in the darkness. 5Dr Dimitri Gavriloff explains: 'Night terrors, also known as sleep terrors, are one of a group of disorders we call ‘parasomnias'Credit: Getty 5Becky Parker says: 'Imagine having a horrendous nightmare, but when you wake up, it’s still happening' 5Ruth Marr with her children “Then suddenly, it’s all gone. No baby, no blood. Just me, collapsed in tears, terrified,” says the 30 year old from Caerphilly. If this sounds like a horror film, Becky says you’re halfway there. “Imagine having a horrendous nightmare, but when you wake up, it’s still happening. "It’s like having your deepest, darkest fears right there in front of you, and there’s no escape. That’s what a night terror feels like to me.” Becky is not alone. Recent studies found that 35% of 18 month olds experience night terrors, though by adulthood, that...
    PICTURE this, you've just had a great session beneath the sheets and then you hear a snoring sound. If this is familiar then you're not alone - as many men fall asleep after having sex. 1If your partner keeps falling to sleep after sex then it might not actually be down to poor bedside manner, experts sayCredit: Getty But before you start berating your boyfriend for his bedside manner, there is actually a scientific reason for his immediate snoozing. In both men and women sexual stimulation has been proven to boost brain activity. When we have sex we tend to be relaxed and in turn, we release a lot of stress and anxiety that may have been building up throughout the day. Research using positron emission tomography (PET) scans has previously proven this - and it's known that when we are relaxed and have released stress, it's easier to fall to sleep. But when looking at why men seem to fall asleep faster, it's actually due to a cocktail of chemicals released when they ejaculate. These include norepinephrine, serotonin, oxytocin,...
    Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Dorit Kemsley was held at gunpoint and robbed Wednesday night during an invasion at her Encino Hills home while her children, ages 7 and 5, were in the house Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Dorit Kemsley was held at gunpoint and robbed Wednesday night during an invasion at her Encino Hills home while her children, ages 7 and 5, were in the house. She had only just returned from a trip to London Tuesday night. Three men broke into the residence, smashing through the children's classroom door, around 11pm PST while she was asleep, a source close to Kemsley told DailyMail.com Two of the suspects walked into her bedroom while she was sleeping and she woke to them at the they end of her bed. They grabbed her as as she begged: 'Don’t hurt my babies. Don’t kill me. I'm a mother.’ To which one of the men responded: 'Kill her.'  The intruders proceeded to ransack the house for about 20 minutes, stealing all of Kemsley's jewelry and handbags.  They did not enter...
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – Two Oakland men found stopped in a traffic lane asleep in their car were arrested Monday night on firearms and narcotics offenses, South San Francisco police said. A black Honda with dark tinted windows was reported stopped in the traffic lane shortly after 9 p.m. Officers found the two occupants asleep and saw bottles of Promethazine inside. Related Articles Redwood City man shot to death in unincorporated part of city Woman arrested for DUI after pedestrian killed in Millbrae crash San Mateo man arrested over RV park shooting San Mateo fatal shooting under investigation Peninsula teen’s rally against anti-Asian American hate crimes draws hundreds The men were taken into custody and a search of the vehicle turned up two loaded handguns, a bottle of Promethazine syrup and cash. Copyright � 2021 by Bay City News, Inc. — Republication, Rebroadcast or any other Reuse without the express written consent of Bay City News, Inc. is prohibited. /www/bcn/general/03/newsclip.21.03.03.01.04.01.1.txt
    (CNN) — If tossing and turning in bed most nights was a contest on crummy sleep, women win. A new study comparing poor sleep among more than a million adults and children in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and the United States found women experience more insomnia problems than men in all three countries. The trend emerges during puberty, “suggesting sex hormones, among other social factors such as stress or parenting,” might contribute to the development of insomnia in women, according to the study published Monday in the journal Nature Human Behavior. Women also use more sleep medications than men, the study found. Yet despite the female struggle to fall asleep and use of sleep aids, women didn’t report more daytime sleepiness. The results suggest that “recommendations for appropriate sleep duration and quality should be sex-specific,” the study said. Americans win insomnia prize Another “booby prize” went to Americans — they were 1.5 to 2.9 times more likely to have insomnia than their counterparts in the UK and the Netherlands. Across all three nations, insomnia was more frequent in people...
    (CNN)If tossing and turning in bed most nights was a contest on crummy sleep, women win. Wake up, people: Youre fooling yourself about sleep, study saysA new study comparing poor sleep among more than a million adults and children in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and the United States found women experience more insomnia problems than men in all three countries. The trend emerges during puberty, "suggesting sex hormones, among other social factors such as stress or parenting," might contribute to the development of insomnia in women, according to the study published Monday in the journal Nature Human Behavior. More women than men suffer from insomnia in the US, the UK and the Netherlands, new research has found.Women also use more sleep medications than men, the study found. Yet despite the female struggle to fall asleep and use of sleep aids, women didn't report more daytime sleepiness.The results suggest that "recommendations for appropriate sleep duration and quality should be sex-specific," the study said.Read MoreAmericans win insomnia prize Another "booby prize" went to Americans -- they were 1.5 to 2.9...
    This might have been the worst time to take a nap. A restaurant owner in the U.K. says he was shocked to discover the aftermath of a recent, overnight break-in. While one of the suspects apparently fled the scene, the other intruder fell asleep in the bathroom. The suspect was found with a mop bucket full of beer, cider and a half-eaten cheesecake. (808 Bar and Kitchen) Nathan, the owner of 808 Bar and Kitchen in Sunderland, confirmed to Fox News that he found one of the men who had broken into his business asleep in the bathroom on Oct. 24. To make the situation even stranger, next to the suspect was a bucket full of bottles of beer, cider and drinks, memorably topped with a half-eaten cheesecake. The business owner said he realized that the restaurant had been broken into overnight and reviewed the CCTV footage, during which he saw two men enter and take several items. Oddly, however, video showed only one of the men exiting the restaurant. NYC RESTAURANTGAVE $2K BOTTLE OF WINE TO COUPLE WHO ORDERED AN $18 BOTTLE According to a post on Facebook, Nathan...
    SAN ANTONIO – A man asleep in his bed was struck by a stray bullet after three men fired multiple gunshots into several East Side homes, San Antonio police said. The incident occurred around 12:40 a.m. in the 400 block of Olive Street, not far from East Commerce Street. According to police, three men stood at the corner of Olive Street and Dakota Street with handguns and a rife and fired several times into multiple homes. Police said the intended target was one of the homes hit, but no one was there at the time. A man next door, however, was struck by a stray bullet in the ankle, police said. He was taken by EMS to Brooke Army Medical Center. Authorities say the three men fled in a vehicle, but no description was given. Investigators found multiple shell casings that stretched across two blocks and also found a rifle that was thrown away down the road. So far, no arrests have been made in the case. Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
    A call to police Sunday morning by a resident suspicious of an occupied vehicle parked for hours with the engine running led to the arrest of two men on weapons charges, the Fairfield Police Department said.Officers responding to Balboa Court shortly before 7 a.m. found two men asleep in the vehicle and on waking them, determined one was on searchable probation.While preparing to conduct a search, one of the officers noticed a 9mm handgun under the legs of one of the men and a second 9mm handgun on the floorboard, police said.The weapons were seized and the men were arrested and booked into the Solano County Jail on several weapons related charges.Stay with ABC7 News for updates on this developing story.
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